Kordia buys SecOps for its cybersecurity talent

Kordia buys SecOps for its cybersecurity talent
SecOps' Dermot Conlon and Kordia's Shaun Rendell (Image: Kordia)
Henry Burrell
Kordia has bought managed security services provider SecOps NZ for an undisclosed sum, marking the fourth acquisition in six years for the state owned enterprise. Kordia chief executive Shaun Rendell told BusinessDesk the cybersecurity side of the business has seen huge growth since its acquisition of Aura Information Security in 2015 and that three-year-old SecOps was the next logical move. “Since covid, we’ve just seen an unprecedented demand and that means we’ve needed more expertise,” he said.“Where w...

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